We saw a rise in the popularity of smartphones, which then led to smart TVs, watches, and even thermostats. Now the smart technology craze is entering the home plumbing space, and as always, Atlas Butler wants to help you understand what smart plumbing can do for your home.
Many products and technologies fall under the “smart plumbing” category, most of which can be done at home using products purchased from American Water Heaters or Home Depot. Others may require a trained technician. To aid your home improvement planning, we’ve compiled the following list of technologies that could have an immediate impact:
- Water filtration and monitoring systems: These systems’ uses include detecting leaks earlier and limiting unnecessary water usage while monitoring the water quality levels.
- Smart Faucets are used to prevent the spread of germs and bacteria, prevent water overflow, and even allow users to preset water temperatures.
- Smart Water Heaters and Connected Boilers: Similar to the technologies above, these water heaters allow you to connect the system to your smartphone for programmable settings and streamlined monitoring for problems.
As energy efficiency thoughts creep into your mind, don’t hesitate to reach out at 1-800-FURNACE or make an appointment online, and we’ll be happy to review how you can apply these various technologies in your home. Our plumbing pros can review your existing plumbing systems and see if you can benefit from installing smart plumbing capabilities in your home.
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